[HackerNews] Researcher Uncover Yet Another Unpatched Windows Printer Spooler Vulnerability

Merely days after Microsoft sounded the alarm on an unpatched security vulnerability in the Windows Print Spooler service, possibly yet another zero-day flaw in the same component has come to light, making it the fourth printer-related shortcoming to be discovered in recent weeks.
“Microsoft Windows allows for non-admin users to be able to install printer drivers via Point and Print,” CERT

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